Daniel Radcliffe talks dark films, antiheroes and convincing director Alexandre Aja to hire him

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Daniel Radcliffe talks dark films, antiheroes and convincing director Alexandre Aja to hire him
20th October 2014

London Go caught up with Daniel Radcliffe at the premiere of Horns, where the actor discussed how proud he was of his work on the film.

Radcliffe also revealed that he almost didn't get the part and had to sit down with director Alexandre Aja to convince him he was right for the part.

The former Equus and Harry Potter star talked to London Go about his character, who he described as 'an antihero'. In the horror fantasy, Radcliffe plays a young man accused of the rape and murder of his girlfriend who wakes up one morning with paranormal powers and, er, a set of horns.

 

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